7 STEPS TO UNDERSTAND FAST SPEAKING LATINOS USING STORIES
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Mi nombre es Diego. I use stories to help Spanish lovers understand fast speaking native speakers, so they don’t freeze and panic in conversations.
Since 2015, I’ve been helping Spanish students improve their listening skills and their understanding of the real everyday spoken Spanish from Latin America.
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- How do you say goodbye in Spanish? Basic answer: adios. But, did you know that “El Diccionario de la lengua española” published bye RAE has more than 93.000 words? Imagine how many of those words can be used to say goodbye.Read More »»
40 Spanish greetings to impress your Spanish-speaking friends and say hi like Juanes, Shakira, or any native speakerHow many Spanish greetings do you know?… Are you the kind of student who uses the same old words for everything?… —Buenos días —Hola, Mike, ¿cómo amaneciste? —Buenos días —¿Qué? —¿Buenos días? —¿De qué hablas? —Buenos días… No doubt, if you want to speak better Spanish, and you want to communicate with native speakers, you …Read More »»
- Are you looking to read books in Spanish? If you’re a passionate reader, you must be looking for opportunities to practice some Spanish and combine it with one of the things you enjoy most in life: Reading! Read More »»
The ultimate guide to reading Spanish more effectively so you can make the most out of your next bookIs reading Spanish a challenge for you? Perhaps you think like how I used to think, back when I was learning English.Read More »»
- Did you know that more than 900 million people speak a language similar to Spanish? That’s almost 13% of the worldwide population! It’s crazy to think that so many people share similarities in the language they talk. This is possible because Spanish is a Romance Language. That means that it comes from Vulgar Latin, the …Read More »»